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2019 Rising Stars: Dan Wadkins

At age 35, attorney Dan Wadkins already has put in 10 years helping prominent Spokane-based law firm Lee & Hayes PLLC law firm broaden its corporate intellectual property services. “I’m technically the first person they hired as part of this ...

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2019 Rising Stars Bee Simonds

Bee Simonds credits the success of her natural skin-care line to following her passion. While she launched H Is for Love LLC in Spokane in 2015, her journey began about 10 years ago, when a family member was diagnosed with a serious illness that require...

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2019 Rising Stars James Krejci

It’s not just about the numbers for banker James Krejci. It’s about the relationships. “You have to be able to manage the interaction with customers and the people side of it, but in order to do it very well, you have to understand the numbers side...

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Avista moves toward carbon-free future

Avista Corp. has been focused on environmentally sustainable practices for most of its 130-year history, Avista president and incoming CEO Dennis Vermillion argues, and the Spokane-based utility provider intends to invest heavily in renewable energy ...

Millennials said to value sustainable apartment features

In an industry where trends come and go with the seasons, Spokane-area real estate experts say sustainable apartments are here stay. ...

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Spokane Solid Waste asks public for help in battery disposal

Garbage from across Spokane arrives in one truck after another at the city of Spokane’s Solid Waste Disposal center on the west edge of town at 2900 S. Geiger Blvd. During the summer months, up to 800 tons of trash a day is delivered ...

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Rohinni’s bright future: Products featuring company’s LED tech to hit market

A laptop featuring Rohinni technology could be waiting under the tree this Christmas. That’s what Matthew Gerber, CEO of Coeur d’Alene-based tech engineering company Rohinni LLC, says the company’s new joint venture Luumii hopes to accomplish...

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Spokane-area printers adapt to changing times with new presses

As demand increases for digital communication and advertising as well as online printing services, two companies here say there’s still a need for commercially printed materials as well. ...

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Production Academy celebrates class graduation

The Production & Manufacturing Academy graduated its inaugural class of 20 high school students this month. The academy, which started in July, is an intensive training program for students across Spokane and Kootenai counties to gain first-hand ...

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Nonprofit thrift store revenues rise

Spokane-area thrift stores associated with nonprofit organizations say donations are increasing and sales are up, meaning more funding is going to the organizations and causes those stores benefit. ...

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